Featured is a very colorful metal serving tray showing a bear and a woman holding a beer while a ship arrives, most likely symbolizing the San Francisco port. This tray was put out by The Wieland Brewery, which was located in San Francisco both prior to and again after the prohibition era. This tray is…Details
The Deppen Brewery formerly located in Reading, Pennsylvania put out two beautiful boxed Reverse on Glass wood framed corner signs, prior to prohibition. Interestingly, these two varieties are the most common corner signs from that era, as boxes of them were found behind a wall in the brewery, or in a railroad car (I have heard both stories), and they were never used. As a result, there are quite a few of them floating around. Still, each one is very pretty with the distinctive green coloring. One features a large deer, and one features a beer bottle as shown. Both are stunning pieces with their wooden frames behind the glass section.